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Profile of lower part of Croton Aqueduct

Rock Spring.

North side water works [waterworks].

Chicago waterworks.

Interior section of the Chicago Lake tunnel.

West side waterworks, Ashland Avenue and 2nd [?] Street.

Chicago waterworks.

West side waterworks [interior views showing pumping machinery].

High Bridge. New York.

Chicago waterworks.

[Small building on the edge of a lake, possibly a gatehouse for a water system.]

Chicago waterworks, North Side.

Rock Spring.

Crib, Chicago waterworks.

The Crib.

The Crib.

North side waterworks.

Interior section of the Chicago Lake tunnel.

West side waterworks, Ashland Avenue and 2nd [?] Street.

North side water works [waterworks].

Tower at High Bridge.

North side waterworks.

North side waterworks.

[Small building on the edge of a lake, possibly a gatehouse for a water system.]

West side waterworks [interior views showing pumping machinery].

High Bridge and its Tower.

High Bridge and its Tower.

High Bridge. New York.

High Bridge & Tower.

High Bridge & Tower.

Tower at High Bridge.

Interior section of the Chicago Lake tunnel.

Chicago waterworks.

North side waterworks.

North side waterworks.

Chicago waterworks, North Side.

Crib, Chicago waterworks.

North side waterworks.

Zurr's Station and Water Tank, Dutch Flat and Donner Lake Wagon Road, Placer County.

Aqueduct Arch over Sing Sing Kill. This Arch is built of granite, and has a span of 88 feet.

Croton Dam, on the Croton River, N.Y.

Croton Dam, on the Croton River, N.Y.

Zurr's Station and Water Tank, Dutch Flat and Donner Lake Wagon Road, Placer County.

Aqueduct Arch over Sing Sing Kill. This Arch is built of granite, and has a span of 88 feet.

Water works [waterworks].

Water works [waterworks].

Water works [waterworks].

Water works [waterworks].

Crib.

[North Point Water Tower.]

Crib.

[North Point Water Tower.]

Crib, Chicago.

Crib, Chicago.

Crib, Chicago.

High Bridge, N.Y. City.

High Bridge (Croton Aqueduct), across Harlem River, from the East.

High Bridge, N.Y. City.

High Bridge (Croton Aqueduct), across Harlem River, from the East.

Hudson pressure tunnel. View showing Drainage shaft with corrugated pipe columns, steel bolts and curb in position. ... Contract 90. October 27, 1913.

Hudson pressure tunnel. General view at top of Drainage shaft. ... Contract 90. October 27, 1913.

Hudson blow-off. ... Contract 90. August 31, 1914.

Bridges. Ashokan reservoir. ... Contract 49. April 28, 1914.

Bridges. Kensico reservoir. ... Contract 9. October 25, 1917.

Bridges. Kensico reservoir. ... Contract 9. April 15, 1916.

Highways. Ashokan reservoir. ... Contract 151. June 9, 1914.

Highways. Ashokan reservoir. ... Contract 151. June 10, 1914.

Highways. Ashokan reservoir. ... Contract 152. September 25, 1915.

Highways. Ashokan reservoir. ... Contract 152. May 25, 1916.

Aerators. General view from Middle dike of Ashokan reservoir shoeing the Lower gate-chamber in foreground and aerator in full operation beyond. ... Contract 10. June 20, 1917.

Pleasantville Venturi meter. ... Contract 55. July 5, 1912.

Borings. Dimond drill mounted on platform at Hudson Pressure Tunnel crossing of the Hudson river. June 26, 1908.

Surveys. Precise measuring and leveling on the side of Storm King mountain. May 10, 1907.

Camps. Ashokan reservoir. ... Contract 3. November, 1913.

Camps. Kensico reservoir. ... Contract 9. July 5, 1910.

Camps. Ashokan reservoir. .. Contract 3. October 30, 1908.

Camps. Catskill aqueduct. ... Contract 17. January 20, 1910.

Camps. Rondout pressure tunnel. ... Contract 12. July 21, 1910.

Camps. Rondout pressure tunnel. ... Contract 12. July 20, 1909.

Camps. Yonkers pressure tunnel. ... Contract 54. October 28, 1910.

Camps. Ashokan reservoir. ... Contract 3. October 22, 1908.

Organizations. Catskill aqueduct. Mayor George B. McClellan turnig the first sod at Indian brook at the ceremoies celebrating the inauguration of construction work. June 20, 1907.

Organizations. Catskill aqueduct. Division office building at High Falls. Contract 6. July 21, 1909.

Organization. Hill View reservoir. View showing locker house on Jerome avenue near Hill Viiew reservoir. Contract 30. October 25, 1910.

Organization. City tunnel. Celebration ceremonies attending the holing through of the last heading of the City tunnel. Contract 65. January 12, 1914.

Police. Broadhead, N.Y. Patrolmen-on-Aqueduct. General inspection. May 19, 1910.

Ashokan Reservoir. View showing loose stone gorge in Esopus creek at site of Olive Bridge dam. Contract 3.

Ashokan Reservoir. View of old town of West Hurley, included in territory taken for the East basin of Ashokan resevoir. December 7, 1906.

Ashokan Reservoir. Up-stream face of masonry portion of Olive Bridge dam. Note temporary opening for flow of Esopus creek. Contract 3. November 19, 1909.

Ashokan Reservoir. View showing construction of conduit built under the Middle dike to control the flow of the Beaver Kill. Contract 3. August 14. 1908.

Ashokan Reservoir. View showing concrete core -wall of Middle dike with earth embankment on up-stream side. Contract 3. Decenber 8, 1910.

Ashokan Reservoir. Placing paving on up-stream side of East dike. Contract 3. October 3, 1912.

Ashokan Reservoir. View of Waste weir and concrete-paved Spillway. Waste water is carried through channel to Esopus creek, two miles below Olive Bridge dam. Contract 3. June 18, 1912.

Ashokan Reservoir. Waste weir and Spillway from Ashokan reservoir. Spillway bridge (Contract 111) with clear span of 175 feet and rise of 25 feet. Contract 3. August 5, 1914.

Ashokan Reservoir. View showing excavation for pressure aqueducts to convey the water to the Lower gate -chamber. Contract 3. July 19, 1910.

Ashokan Reservoir. View of Uppper gate-chamber from West Inlet channel showing wood and steel racks in place. Contracts 3 and 91. September 25, 1913.

Catskill Aqueduct Headworks. Looking up-stream from end of covered portion of Waste channel. Screen chamber can be emptied through opening at left. In center is 3-foot drain for gate-chambers. Contract 10. September 25, 1913.

Ashokan reservoir. Dividing weir with foundation piers for Ashokan bridge. West basin and Winchell hill at right and Discharge channel to East basin at left. Contract 3. October 26, 1914.

Ashokan Lower gate-chamber, with electrically-driven valves, vertical genartor operated by water turbine and overhead traveling crane. Contracts 31, 42, 43 and 56. August 31, 1917.

Kensico reservoir. View of down-stream face of dam showing method of placing concrete with travelling derricks. Contract 9. October 30, 1913.

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